The familiar and the everyday: Daniel Perks reviews Julie Rose Bower’s performance at NOW17.
Daniel Perks finds all the fun of the fair – and some poignancy, too – in Visible Theatre’s circus-style look at sex and ageing.
Inspired by Vanessa Macaulay’s performance of How To Come Out Black at NOW festival, Daniel Perks offers some guidelines on how to create a satirical, multimedia performance that proves a point.
An elastic band on the point of snapping: Daniel Perks reviews the premiere of The Removal Men by M.J. Harding and Jay Miller.
Stuck in the past vs. looking to the future: Daniel Perks reviews Bonnie Greer’s update on Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard.
“I am not a victim. I am a survivor.” Daniel Perks reviews a play based on the lives of inmates at HMP Low Newton.
Strangled Androids and a murder case in the year 2021: Daniel Perks reviews Secret Studio Lab’s latest performance in East London.
All in the flick of the wrist: Daniel Perks reviews the China National Peking Opera Company in London.
Like a puppet on a string: Daniel Perks reviews Jan Philipp Gloger’s production of Mozart’s ‘School for Lovers’.
A play of two halves: Daniel Perks reviews a new production about football and war.
Reigniting a conversation: Daniel Perks reviews Jodi Gray’s new play about living with HIV.
Stand by your man: Daniel Perks reviews a play with aspirations to be a film.
The American Dream: Daniel Perks reviews Alix Sobler’s new play at the Finborough Theatre.
Falling to earth: Daniel Perks reviews a flailing Maria de Buenos Aires as part of Grimeborn 2016.
Amorous little butterflies: Daniel Perks reviews an excellent Grimeborn version of Mozart’s classic.